Great Bronze Plaques

This really is a place worth checking out. I have been thinking about getting a plaque made for my sweet kitties that have passed on and gone to the rainbow bridge. They currently have their very own book chest I my library (they spent time with me there while I read) and so I have been thinking about doing something nice up in honor of them. This is a great way to go. The following is some more information about the website directly from them, and below that is the link. Check them out you will not find yourself disappointed.

Cast bronze plaques and grave markers are used to remember loved ones and honor fallen heroes, recognize donors and sponsors, award individuals and organizations, dedicate buildings, parks, projects and flag poles, and commemorate life’s other important achievements, milestones and events.

Choosing a bronze foundry to create an affordable bronze plaque or grave marker is an important life decision since bronze is one of the world’s most durable and timeless metals and will be seen for hundreds of years by future generations.

Valley Monuments, Inc. has introduced, a website that promotes it’s 100-year-old foundry (one of the last in North America that’s still family owned), guaranteed foundry-direct pricing and “Old World”-style craftsmanship of their bronze memorial, recognition, dedication, garden, commemorative and award plaques and bronze grave markers.

All-inclusive prices for the most popular sizes of bronze plaques and grave markers are clearly listed on the website and include genuine bronze cast using 100 years of experience, free unlimited “text-that-fits” in the design (most bronze foundries charge $1.50 to $3.50 per word or letter beyond five words or 25 characters), no charge for line art-style graphics or logos, fast turnaround of layouts to proof by fax or e-mail for (usually in hours on weekdays, not days), and free shipping!

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  1. Thanks for the blog on Our non-profit group needs a large commemorative bronze plaque and (ugh!) my wife needs to start shopping for a bronze grave marker for her aunt since nobody else in the family is showing interest in helping look for something that’s affordable. — Daniel

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